What we know about the ‘certified diabetes educator’ program

Microsoft has launched a new program aimed at helping teachers of the “certified diabetic educator” certification (CDE) program teach about diabetes and diabetes treatments.

The new certification, which is based on Microsoft’s “Microsoft Certified Diabetes Educator” (MCED) certification, requires students to take courses on diabetes and the treatment of diabetes.

Students who complete the course and earn the MCED certification also receive a certificate that is valid for 12 months, which can be used for training.

The certification also gives the student the ability to work with the school or health care organization in which they are working.

The program is now available for teachers in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. It’s unclear if the program will expand to other states.

The CED certification is a requirement for a number of education grants, including a $2,500 grant from the National Institutes of Health to help fund a college degree for students who need it.

It was not immediately clear how many CED-certified teachers have applied for the MCID.

The MCED is a certification of teaching in the United States, which means that the person must be at least 30 years old and have completed the required education and training requirements.

The college degree is also required for some employers.

The MSF has also said that there are currently about 50,000 MSF-certifying CED teachers in the U.S. The school also launched a blog on Tuesday where it outlines how it is developing its curriculum and how it has already trained about 250 of them.

The blog post also lists a number the school hopes to train about 1,000 more MSF certified teachers by the end of this year.

The post notes that the school has been training people with the MCAD certification for about a year, and that more teachers will be trained in the coming months.

MSF said that the program is “designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to effectively and effectively deliver the education they need in their community to patients and their families.”

The school is also making a goal to hire as many as 30 additional certified CED instructors by the middle of the year.

“As a private company, we’re looking at a range of factors and opportunities for where we can expand our curriculum and develop additional programs for certified CMEs in schools and hospitals,” said Mark P. DeCarlo, MSF’s executive director for education, at a news conference Tuesday.

DeCaro said the company plans to spend $1.5 million to hire 1,500 more certified CIEs over the next three years, and has already begun training about 250.

MSFI said the CED program has been in the works for more than a decade.

“It’s been a long-term strategy to develop this model for a long time,” said John Foy, president and CEO of MSF.

“We’re excited to see this move forward, and we’re confident that it will have a tremendous impact on the lives of people living with diabetes and their caregivers.”